Leer desde la API de BigQuery Storage

Lee datos de una tabla mediante un flujo de lectura.

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Antes de probar este ejemplo, sigue las instrucciones de configuración para Java que se encuentran en la guía de inicio rápido de BigQuery sobre cómo usar bibliotecas cliente. Para obtener más información, consulta la documentación de referencia de la API de BigQuery para Java.

import com.google.api.gax.rpc.ServerStream;
import com.google.cloud.bigquery.storage.v1.AvroRows;
import com.google.cloud.bigquery.storage.v1.BigQueryReadClient;
import com.google.cloud.bigquery.storage.v1.CreateReadSessionRequest;
import com.google.cloud.bigquery.storage.v1.DataFormat;
import com.google.cloud.bigquery.storage.v1.ReadRowsRequest;
import com.google.cloud.bigquery.storage.v1.ReadRowsResponse;
import com.google.cloud.bigquery.storage.v1.ReadSession;
import com.google.cloud.bigquery.storage.v1.ReadSession.TableModifiers;
import com.google.cloud.bigquery.storage.v1.ReadSession.TableReadOptions;
import com.google.common.base.Preconditions;
import com.google.protobuf.Timestamp;
import java.io.IOException;
import org.apache.avro.Schema;
import org.apache.avro.generic.GenericDatumReader;
import org.apache.avro.generic.GenericRecord;
import org.apache.avro.io.BinaryDecoder;
import org.apache.avro.io.DatumReader;
import org.apache.avro.io.DecoderFactory;

public class StorageSample {

   * SimpleRowReader handles deserialization of the Avro-encoded row blocks transmitted
   * from the storage API using a generic datum decoder.
  private static class SimpleRowReader {

    private final DatumReader<GenericRecord> datumReader;

    // Decoder object will be reused to avoid re-allocation and too much garbage collection.
    private BinaryDecoder decoder = null;

    // GenericRecord object will be reused.
    private GenericRecord row = null;

    public SimpleRowReader(Schema schema) {
      datumReader = new GenericDatumReader<>(schema);

     * Sample method for processing AVRO rows which only validates decoding.
     * @param avroRows object returned from the ReadRowsResponse.
    public void processRows(AvroRows avroRows) throws IOException {
      decoder =
              .binaryDecoder(avroRows.getSerializedBinaryRows().toByteArray(), decoder);

      while (!decoder.isEnd()) {
        // Reusing object row
        row = datumReader.read(row, decoder);

  public static void main(String... args) throws Exception {
    // Sets your Google Cloud Platform project ID.
    // String projectId = "YOUR_PROJECT_ID";
    String projectId = args[0];
    Integer snapshotMillis = null;
    if (args.length > 1) {
      snapshotMillis = Integer.parseInt(args[1]);

    try (BigQueryReadClient client = BigQueryReadClient.create()) {
      String parent = String.format("projects/%s", projectId);

      // This example uses baby name data from the public datasets.
      String srcTable =
              "bigquery-public-data", "usa_names", "usa_1910_current");

      // We specify the columns to be projected by adding them to the selected fields,
      // and set a simple filter to restrict which rows are transmitted.
      TableReadOptions options =
              .setRowRestriction("state = \"WA\"")

      // Start specifying the read session we want created.
      ReadSession.Builder sessionBuilder =
              // This API can also deliver data serialized in Apache Avro format.
              // This example leverages Apache Avro.

      // Optionally specify the snapshot time.  When unspecified, snapshot time is "now".
      if (snapshotMillis != null) {
        Timestamp t =
                .setSeconds(snapshotMillis / 1000)
                .setNanos((int) ((snapshotMillis % 1000) * 1000000))
        TableModifiers modifiers = TableModifiers.newBuilder().setSnapshotTime(t).build();

      // Begin building the session creation request.
      CreateReadSessionRequest.Builder builder =

      // Request the session creation.
      ReadSession session = client.createReadSession(builder.build());

      SimpleRowReader reader =
          new SimpleRowReader(new Schema.Parser().parse(session.getAvroSchema().getSchema()));

      // Assert that there are streams available in the session.  An empty table may not have
      // data available.  If no sessions are available for an anonymous (cached) table, consider
      // writing results of a query to a named table rather than consuming cached results directly.
      Preconditions.checkState(session.getStreamsCount() > 0);

      // Use the first stream to perform reading.
      String streamName = session.getStreams(0).getName();

      ReadRowsRequest readRowsRequest =

      // Process each block of rows as they arrive and decode using our simple row reader.
      ServerStream<ReadRowsResponse> stream = client.readRowsCallable().call(readRowsRequest);
      for (ReadRowsResponse response : stream) {


Antes de probar este ejemplo, sigue las instrucciones de configuración para Node.js que se encuentran en la guía de inicio rápido de BigQuery sobre cómo usar bibliotecas cliente. Para obtener más información, consulta la Documentación de referencia de la API de Node.js de BigQuery.

// The read stream contains blocks of Avro-encoded bytes. We use the
// 'avsc' library to decode these blocks. Install avsc with the following
// command: npm install avsc
const avro = require('avsc');

// See reference documentation at
// https://cloud.google.com/bigquery/docs/reference/storage
const {BigQueryReadClient} = require('@google-cloud/bigquery-storage');

const client = new BigQueryReadClient();

async function bigqueryStorageQuickstart() {
  // Get current project ID. The read session is created in this project.
  // This project can be different from that which contains the table.
  const myProjectId = await client.getProjectId();

  // This example reads baby name data from the public datasets.
  const projectId = 'bigquery-public-data';
  const datasetId = 'usa_names';
  const tableId = 'usa_1910_current';

  const tableReference = `projects/${projectId}/datasets/${datasetId}/tables/${tableId}`;

  const parent = `projects/${myProjectId}`;

  /* We limit the output columns to a subset of those allowed in the table,
   * and set a simple filter to only report names from the state of
   * Washington (WA).
  const readOptions = {
    selectedFields: ['name', 'number', 'state'],
    rowRestriction: 'state = "WA"',

  let tableModifiers = null;
  const snapshotSeconds = 0;

  // Set a snapshot time if it's been specified.
  if (snapshotSeconds > 0) {
    tableModifiers = {snapshotTime: {seconds: snapshotSeconds}};

  // API request.
  const request = {
    readSession: {
      table: tableReference,
      // This API can also deliver data serialized in Apache Arrow format.
      // This example leverages Apache Avro.
      dataFormat: 'AVRO',

  const [session] = await client.createReadSession(request);

  const schema = JSON.parse(session.avroSchema.schema);

  const avroType = avro.Type.forSchema(schema);

  /* The offset requested must be less than the last
   * row read from ReadRows. Requesting a larger offset is
   * undefined.
  let offset = 0;

  const readRowsRequest = {
    // Required stream name and optional offset. Offset requested must be less than
    // the last row read from readRows(). Requesting a larger offset is undefined.
    readStream: session.streams[0].name,

  const names = new Set();
  const states = [];

  /* We'll use only a single stream for reading data from the table. Because
   * of dynamic sharding, this will yield all the rows in the table. However,
   * if you wanted to fan out multiple readers you could do so by having a
   * reader process each individual stream.
    .on('error', console.error)
    .on('data', data => {
      offset = data.avroRows.serializedBinaryRows.offset;

      try {
        // Decode all rows in buffer
        let pos;
        do {
          const decodedData = avroType.decode(

          if (decodedData.value) {

            if (!states.includes(decodedData.value.state)) {

          pos = decodedData.offset;
        } while (pos > 0);
      } catch (error) {
    .on('end', () => {
      console.log(`Got ${names.size} unique names in states: ${states}`);
      console.log(`Last offset: ${offset}`);

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